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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{voiceover}'' ...and squint those eyes up!
'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{voiceover}'' ...and squint those eyes up!
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''{Cut to a comparison shot. The original Coach Z is labelled "ORIGINAL", divided by a line next to the Squintmoji labelled "SQUINTMO'". Above reads "0% SQUINTIFICATION"}''
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''{Cut to a comparison shot. The original Coach Z is labelled "ORIGINAL", divided by a line next to the squintmoji labelled "SQUINTMO'". Above reads "0% SQUINTIFICATION"}''
'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{voiceover}'' More...
'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{voiceover}'' More...
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==Easter Eggs==
==Easter Eggs==
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*Click on the Homestar Squintmoji at the end for an extra scene.
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*Click on the Homestar squintmoji at the end for an extra scene.
:''{Squintmoji Homestar is running through an emoji-sculpted version of the Field as "[[Intro|Everybody! Everybody!]]" plays in the background. He encounters a Squintmoji Marzipan and stops abruptly.}''
:''{Squintmoji Homestar is running through an emoji-sculpted version of the Field as "[[Intro|Everybody! Everybody!]]" plays in the background. He encounters a Squintmoji Marzipan and stops abruptly.}''
:'''HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Ah! Moji-pan!
:'''HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Ah! Moji-pan!
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===Trivia===
===Trivia===
*Starting from this toon, Strong Bad has a new mouth for when his normal mouth is very short.
*Starting from this toon, Strong Bad has a new mouth for when his normal mouth is very short.
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*The [[YouTube]] description for this toon is "The newest craze! The slightest impression will slightly impress! Text your friends! Create your own!"
 
===Remarks===
===Remarks===
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===Inside References===
===Inside References===
*The message about Coach Z uses [[Internet slang]]. Additionally, the mention of Coach Z being the one that says 'jorb' references [[A Jorb Well Done]].
*The message about Coach Z uses [[Internet slang]]. Additionally, the mention of Coach Z being the one that says 'jorb' references [[A Jorb Well Done]].
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*Homestar's account of using a Squintmoji reflects the "summer talk" he uses in [[The Baloneyman]].
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*Homestar's account of using a squintmoji reflects the "summer talk" he uses in [[The Baloneyman]].
**The disclaimer during this account reads "actual talk-say", an instance of [[Noun-Verb|using a verb after a noun in quick succession]].
**The disclaimer during this account reads "actual talk-say", an instance of [[Noun-Verb|using a verb after a noun in quick succession]].
*At the end, the The Cheat Squintmoji is partially constructed of a [[cheese]], which The Cheat was previously compared to in [[huttah!]] and [[Date Nite]].
*At the end, the The Cheat Squintmoji is partially constructed of a [[cheese]], which The Cheat was previously compared to in [[huttah!]] and [[Date Nite]].
===Fast Forward===
===Fast Forward===
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*Following the release of this toon, Squintmojis of [[Squintmoji Character Variations|numerous other characters]] have been shown on [[@StrongBadActual]].
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*Following the release of this toon, squintmojis of [[Squintmoji Character Variations|numerous other characters]] have been shown on [[@StrongBadActual]].
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*"Strong Mad versus Wind-Up Drinks", shown in the [[YouTube Related Video Thumbnails|YouTube autoplay thumbnail]], was released on [[@strongbadactual (Instagram)|Instagram]].
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*"Strong Mad versus Wind-Up Drinks", shown in the [[YouTube Related Video Thumbnails|YouTube autoplay thumbnail]], was released on [[Instagram]].
==YouTube Version==
==YouTube Version==
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*Once again, there is a [[YouTube Related Video Thumbnails|false autoplay image]], this one depicting a video called "Strong Mad versus Wind-Up Drinks". Afterwards, the running Homestar emoji Easter egg plays automatically.
*Once again, there is a [[YouTube Related Video Thumbnails|false autoplay image]], this one depicting a video called "Strong Mad versus Wind-Up Drinks". Afterwards, the running Homestar emoji Easter egg plays automatically.
**[[The Brothers Chaps]] [http://web.archive.org/web/20110708100736/http://www.brotherschaps.com/?p=6 blogged about collecting wind-up drink toys in 2010].
**[[The Brothers Chaps]] [http://web.archive.org/web/20110708100736/http://www.brotherschaps.com/?p=6 blogged about collecting wind-up drink toys in 2010].
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*As noted above, the Goof where Coach Z and his Squintmoji are mislabeled is still present.
 
==See Also==
==See Also==

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